On The Go Tours has launched three newly curated tours in Myanmar that are ideal for clients seeking an off-the-beaten-path adventure.
With prices starting from £335 per person, visitors can now explore the country’s untouched landscape and get a glimpse of how life was for much of Asia decades ago.
Ranging from five to 14 days, the itineraries showcase the best of the destination, including the stupa-filled plains of Bagan, the picturesque floating villages of Inle Lake and the traditional Burmese culture of Mandalay. With departure dates throughout this year and next, each tour starts and ends in the vibrant city of Yangon, home to the largest collection of surviving colonial architecture in all of South East Asia.
As an example of prices, a five-day Yangon City Stay tour showcases Yangon’s highlights, beginning with a visit to the famous Botataung Pagoda featuring a 40-metre high golden stupa with a hollow inside. Travellers can walk through the maze-like walkway and marvel through the glass that showcases ancient relics and artifacts.
Explorers will then delve deeper into the temples of Myanmar, visiting the Chaukhtatgyi Paya, a 65-metre long reclining Buddha and the Shwedagon Pagoda adorned with 27 metric tons of gold leaf. The tour continues with a ferry-ride across the Yangon River to Dala Village where travellers can experience authentic rural life in Myanmar before heading back to Yangon.
Prices start from £335 per person.
For details see onthegotours.com or call 020-7371 1113.
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